- I GAVE, dammit!
My piggie born Sat is 4 days old now. This following sounded somewhat strange to me, but I suppose could work - he talked about taking a stitch or 2 at the hair line to make it grow downward.
Hope your piggie gets better. Your pictures look much like when the doctor shined light in my little girl's eye. Only in one eye though. But they both kind of 'float' around. Do you notice that problem?
just looks like the eye travels up on it's own and you see the white part of eye below and when she looks forward you see the back of the eye where it looks white.
Her brother had same problem. I think instead of inverted lashes, it's whorls of fur growing upward into the eye.
What did you say is being done about it? I admit I don't know a lot about this kind of thing. Just thought our circumstances looked similar (and piggie's ages). I'm concerned about my little girl, too.
In the meanwhile I will just continue the ointment and see Vet Saturday
- Knee Deep
He's been on BNP for almost a week now, given 4-5 times a day. He can't have the steroid containing ointment due to the ulcerations, those would probably help him more. But it's too late at this point, the eyes need to heal first - probably won't happen until the lids are corrected.
- Knee Deep
He restained them, he's developing scar tissue over the ulcerations, I guess that's better than it being open for bacteria to settle in.
I forgot to ask what he thought about what sort of vision he'll have left, but I imagine he's going to be partially blind or fully blind depending how things go in the next week before he has surgery.